While most of the attention of spring football focused on the WSU offense, the new 3-4 defense was also a topic of conversation. Yesterday, WSU's new 3-4 defense came up in a couple of spots. First, Ted Miller discussed the Cougar 3-4 in his weekly mailbag. Then, on their appearance on the Addicted To Quack podcast, Jeff and Brain discussed the 3-4.
The podcast is worth a listen for more than just the 3-4 discussion. I didn't take notes while listening, but of the topics I remember off the top of my head, they also discussed Bill Moos, Mike Leach, the offense, the defense, Marquess Wilson, Travis Long, the Pac-12 and more.
At one point during the discussion, Jeff and Brian were asked whether Wilson would have more or less than 125 receptions next season. The guys did a great job of playing coy and "debating" their answer, because everyone obviously already knows the answer to that question.
Mailbag: Cougs' exciting 3-4 defense! - Pac-12 Blog - ESPN
Go Wazzu from Pullman, Wash., writes: I'm almost as excited for WSU to switch to the 3-4 defense as I am to see the Air Raid offense.
Cougars Post Victory Over Trojans - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
PULLMAN, Wash. - Freshman Joe Pistorese pitched five-shutout innings and Washington State defeated USC 3-1 in Pac-12 Conference baseball at Bailey-Brayton Field, Tuesday.
Pac-12 Roundup: Spring edition
Washington State Washington State head coach Lisa Hart was honored as the Pac-12 women’s tennis coach of the year and junior Liudmila Vasilieva earned all-Pac-12 second team recognition, the conference announced late last week.